I filled my wood crate with birthday candles, candy, and red balloons, but a gift card might fit too. To be honest, I have several little wood crates on my desk holding my paper sampler, little sticky notes, and other odds and ends. I think they’re very cute! They just take a half sheet of card stock.

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Southern Serenade is a beautiful stamp set with some great sentiments. The large flower stamp shows Fireweed, a flower that grows wild all around Anchorage, where we lived for eight years. The flowers are a vibrant dark pink, very much like the Berry Burst I used on this card. The lower Fireweed blossoms started opening at the beginning of summer, soon after the snow melted. When the top flowers opened, we knew summer was over and it was time for snow again.

The Stamparatus makes stamping easy and it opens up lots of fun techniques! I used it to make a wreath. It’s really easy! If you pre-ordered your Stamparatus, you either have it now or it’s on the way. If you didn’t get to pre-order, they will be available in the new annual catalog that goes live June 1st.

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I posted a similar project at the beginning of February. That was for a swap where we just made card fronts. I shared this card at a recent Paper Play Day and we made the full card. The Stamparatus sure helps on the three-step stamping! And that placement works great for getting the square cut just right on the two layers of the card front. Easy peasy!

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The Heartfelt Blooms stamp set has subtle but gorgeous detail. So I thought subtle color would be a good look. What do you think? You can get this stamp set free with a $50 order during Sale-a-Bration. There are just a few more weeks left of that promotion, so don’t wait!

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The sliding mechanism is easy with the Sliding Door Framelits. It makes a really fun card.

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The textures on this card are so beautiful! The rich colors of the flowers are done with the Stampin’ Blends Markers. The gorgeous stamp set, Blossoming Basket, is part of a bundle you can get free from the Sale-a-Bration Second Release. It comes with the Basket Weave Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder and you can get this bundle free with a $100 order. The shiny ribbon is also from Sale-a-Bration (free for a $50 order) but you could also use the Crumb Cake ⅜” Classic Weave Ribbon or the Old Olive ⅜” Mini Chevron Ribbon.

The shiny ribbon is also from Sale-a-Bration (free for a $50 order) but you could also use the Crumb Cake ⅜” Classic Weave Ribbon or the Old Olive ⅜” Mini Chevron Ribbon.

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